We have seen many official tricks from Google but here are the list of funny and awesome tricks that looks like are from Google but aren’t really Google.
Chuck Norris jokes are really famous all over the internet and someone took it further and made a Google looking website that says “Google won’t search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don’t find Chuck Norris, he finds you.”
This website offers you the service by searching the keywords that you type from it’s website into Google. You type a keyword and click on Google search, than you will be provided with a link. If you open that link than it will type the words that you wrote before automatically and search it on Google. Just a time wasting, but funny.
If you like colors then this website provides your search query in colorful way. You can search like it Google, but every search shown there is presented in colorful way rather than the traditional Google Blue, Green and white background.
After you visit the above website than every thing you see on that page start swirling in sphere. It was implemented before in Google but not anymore.
Not much of a trick but you can always fool your friend. Click anywhere on the screen put your finger on the “OO” from GOOGLE and after three second it will disappear. Your friend will be surprised that you made the “OO” disappear and again click anywhere on the screen and after three second it will again appear.
When you type something on annoying google than it just annoys you by messing up the words as you type then randomly changing from uppercase to lowercase.
Once you load the page, the logo, search bar, “Search” and “I’m Feeling Excessive” buttons, everything on that page will swell up until they either float off the page or you type a search.
Little brother of Epic Google, Once you load the page, the logo, search bar, “Search” and “I’m Feeling Excessive” buttons, everything on that page will become smaller and smaller.
None of the above website is affiliated to Google in anyway. The term “Google” is a registered trademark of Google.